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OPERATOR'S MANUAL
MODEL L4600
English (Oceania)
Code No. TC437-5971-1
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© KUBOTA Corporation 2012
1205-1149
KUBOTA Corporation is ···
Since its inception in 1890, KUBOTA Corporation has grown to
rank as one of the major firms in Japan.
To achieve this status, the company has through the years
diversified the range of its products and services to a remarkable
extent. Nineteen plants and 16,000 employees produce over 1,000
different items, large and small.
All these products and all the services which accompany them,
however, are unified by one central commitment. KUBOTA makes
products which, taken on a national scale, are basic necessities.
Products which are indispensable. Products which are intended to
help individuals and nations fulfill the potential inherent in their
environment. KUBOTA is the Basic Necessities Giant.
This potential includes water supply, food from the soil and from
the sea, industrial development, architecture and construction, and
transportation.
Thousands of people depend on KUBOTA's know-how,
technology, experience and customer service. You too can depend
on KUBOTA.
L4600
AQ. F. 1-1. -. K
1205-1149
FOREWORD
Thank you very much for choosing the L series tractor.
This operator's manual covers the operation, inspection and preventive
maintenance instructions that is specific to the oceania models. For other
information and instructions, refer to the separately issued operator's manual for
the sister model. (L series tractor)
Please read both manuals carefully, to operate the machine properly and safely.
Proper daily inspection, servicing and lubrication keeps your machine in good
condition.
SAFETY FIRST
This symbol, the industry's "Safety Alert Symbol", is used throughout this
manual and on labels on the machine itself to warn of the possibility of personal
injury. Read these instructions carefully. It is essential that you read the
instructions and safety regulations before you attempt to assemble or use this
unit.
DANGER :
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING :
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION :
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.
IMPORTANT :
Indicates that equipment or property damage could result if
instructions are not followed.
NOTE :
Gives helpful information.
CONTENTS
SAFE OPERATION ................................................................................................. 1
SPECIFICATIONS....................................................................................................... 1
SPECIFICATION TABLE ......................................................................................... 1
TRAVELING SPEEDS ............................................................................................. 3
INSTRUMENT PANEL AND CONTROLS................................................................... 4
OPERATING THE TRACTOR ..................................................................................... 5
STARTING ............................................................................................................... 5
Head Light Switch............................................................................................................. 5
Turn Signal / Hazard Light Switch .................................................................................... 5
Horn Button....................................................................................................................... 5
Tractor Lights.................................................................................................................... 6
Electrical Outlet................................................................................................................. 6
THREE-POINT HITCH & DRAWBAR.......................................................................... 7
DRAWBAR............................................................................................................... 7
Adjusting Drawbar Length ................................................................................................ 7
PERIODIC SERVICE................................................................................................... 8
SERVICE AS REQUIRED........................................................................................ 8
Replacing Fuse................................................................................................................. 8
Replacing Light Bulb......................................................................................................... 8
SAFE OPERATION
1
SAFE OPERATION
1. DANGER, WARNING AND CAUTION LABEL(S)
2. CARE OF DANGER, WARNING AND CAUTION LABEL(S)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Keep danger, warning and caution labels clean and free from obstructing material.
Clean danger, warning and caution labels with soap and water, dry with a soft cloth.
Replace damaged or missing danger, warning and caution labels with new labels from your local KUBOTA Dealer.
If a component with danger, warning and caution label(s) affixed is replaced with new part, make sure new label(s) is
(are) attached in the same location(s) as the replaced component.
5. Mount new danger, warning and caution labels by applying on a clean dry surface and pressing any bubbles to outside
edge.
SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATION TABLE
L4600
Model
Manual Transmission
HST
4WD
Model
V2203-M-E3-LB3
Type
Indirect injection, Vertical, Water-Cooled 4 cycle diesel
Number of cylinders
Total displacement
Engine
4
L
2.197
Bore and stroke
mm
87 x 92.4
Rated revolution
rpm
2600
Low idling revolution
rpm
900 - 1000
Net power*
kW (HP) / rpm
32.7 / 2600
PTO power*
(factory observed)
kW (HP) / rpm
Maximum torque : Gross
28.6 / 2600
N-m
143.2
Battery capacity
Capacities
12V, RC : 133min, CCA : 582A
Fuel tank
L
48
Engine crankcase (with filter)
L
7.6
Engine coolant
L
6.5
Transmission case
L
40
Overall length (without 3p)
mm
3120
Overall width (min. tread)
mm
1585
Overall height (with ROPS)
mm
2330
mm
1845
mm
385
Front
mm
1155
Rear
mm
1180, 1200, 1300, 1450, 1545
Dimensions Wheel base
Min. ground clearance
Tread
Weight (with ROPS)
Standard
tire size
kg
1445
1450
Front
8.3 - 16
Rear
14.9 - 24
Clutch
Traveling
system
27.4 / 2600
Dry type single stage
Steering
Hydrostatic power steering
Transmission
Gear shift, 8 forward and 8 reverse
Braking system
Min. turning radius (with brake)
Hydrostatic transmission
3 range speed
Mechanical, Wet disk type
m
2.6
1
2
SPECIFICATIONS
L4600
Model
Manual Transmission
HST
4WD
Hydraulic control system
Pump capacity
Position control
L / min
29.4
Three point hitch
Hydraulic
unit
Max. lift
force
At lift points
kg
1300
24 in. behind lift
points
kg
1053
MPa
(kgf / cm )
17.7 (180)
System pressure
PTO
Category 1
Rear PTO
PTO / Engine speed
NOTE: *Manufacturer's estimate
SAE 1-3/8, 6-splines
rpm
540 / 2475
540 / 2640
The company reserves the right to change the specifications without notice.
SPECIFICATIONS
3
TRAVELING SPEEDS
[Manual Transmission Type]
(At rated engine rpm)
Model
L4600
Tire size (Rear)
14.9-24
Range gear
shift lever
Main gear
shift lever
km/h
1
2.2
2
2.8
3
4.6
4
6.7
1
8.0
2
10.0
3
16.3
4
24.0
1
2.1
2
2.7
3
4.4
4
6.4
1
7.7
2
9.6
3
15.6
4
23.0
Low
High
Low
High
The company reserves the right to change the specifications without notice
[HST Type]
(At rated engine rpm)
Model
L4600
Tire size (Rear)
14.9-24
Range shift lever
km/h
L
5.9
M
12.2
H
25.4
L
5.3
M
11.0
H
22.9
The company reserves the right to change the specifications without notice
4
INSTRUMENT PANEL AND CONTROLS
INSTRUMENT PANEL AND CONTROLS
B Instrument Panel, Switches and Hand Controls
ILLUSTRATED CONTENTS
(1)
Electrical charge lamp.......................... -
(2)
Engine oil pressure lamp...................... -
(3)
Glow plug indicator..............................
(4)
Fuel gauge........................................... -
-
(5)
Horn button..........................................
(6)
Turn signal switch................................
5
(7)
Head light switch..................................
(8)
Hazard light switch...............................
(9)
Turn signal / Hazard light indicator.......
(10)
Coolant temperature gauge.................
(11)
Hourmeter / Tachometer...................... -
(12)
Key switch............................................ -
-
OPERATING THE TRACTOR
5
OPERATING THE TRACTOR
STARTING
BHead Light Switch
Turn the light switch clockwise, and the following lights are
activated on the switch position.
C Hazard Light Switch
When hazard light switch is pushed, the hazard lights
flash along with the indicator on the instrument panel.
Press the hazard light switch again to turn off the light.
(1) Turn signal light switch
(2) Hazard light switch
(3) Hazard / Turn signal indicator
(1) Head light switch
BHorn Button
Switch Position
The horn will sound when the key switch is in the "ON"
position and the horn button pressed.
Light name
Head light (Low beam)
OFF
ON
---
Head light (High beam)
OFF
---
ON
Tail light
OFF
ON
ON
BTurn Signal / Hazard Light Switch
C Turn Signal Light Switch
To indicate a right turn, turn the turn signal light switch
clockwise. To indicate a left turn, turn the turn signal light
switch counter-clockwise. The corresponding right and
left turn signal lights and indicator on the instrument panel
will flash. Turn signal is active when key switch is in the
"ON" position.
A Be sure to return switch to center position after turning.
(1) Horn button
(A) "PUSH"
6
OPERATING THE TRACTOR
BTractor Lights
BElectrical Outlet
(1) Head light
(2) Side turn signal / Hazard light
(3) Tail light
(4) Rear turn signal / Hazard light
(5) Brake stop light
An electrical outlet is supplied for use with front loader.
(1) Front loader 3rd function solenoid valve : Green
To avoid personal injury:
A When using the power takeout, do not use the
convex connector. When not using the power
takeout, connect the convex connector.
THREE-POINT HITCH & DRAWBAR
THREE-POINT HITCH & DRAWBAR
DRAWBAR
To avoid personal injury:
A Never pull from the top link, the rear axle or any
point above the drawbar. Doing so could cause
the tractor to tip over rearward causing
personal injury or death.
BAdjusting Drawbar Length
When towing an implement, recommend use of (B) hole in
drawbar.
The drawbar load is referred to "IMPLEMENT
LIMITATIONS" section of the separately issued manual.
(1) PTO shaft
(2) Drawbar
(3) Drawbar pin
Holes : (A),(B)
7
8
PERIODIC SERVICE
PERIODIC SERVICE
SERVICE AS REQUIRED
BReplacing Fuse
The tractor electrical system is protected from potential
damage by fuses.
A blown fuse indicates that there is an overload or short
somewhere in the electrical system.
If any of the fuses should blow, replace with a new one of
the same capacity.
A Before replacing a blown fuse, determine why the fuse
blew and make any necessary repairs. Failure to
follow this procedure may result in serious damage to
the tractor electrical system. Refer to the
"TROUBLESHOOTING" section of the separately
issued manual or your local KUBOTA Dealer for
specific information dealing with electrical problems.
FUSE No. CAPACITY(A)
Protected circuit
(1)
15
Hazard
(2)
5
Work light
(3)
5
Panel
(4)
15
Head light
(5)
5
OPC CONTROLLER
(6)
5
Glow lamp
(7)
10
Brake lamp
(8)
10
Electrical outlet
(9)
50
Main
(10)
40
Key stop
(11)
40
Key switch
BReplacing Light Bulb
1. Head light and rear combination lights :
Take the bulb out of the light body and replace with a
new one.
2. Other lights :
Detach the lens and replace the bulb.
Light
Head light
Capacity
25 W / 25 W
Tail light
5W
Turn signal / Hazard light (rear)
21 W
Turn signal / Hazard light (front)
23 W
Instrument panel light
1.7 W
Brake stop light
21 W